While the only stat that will every mean anything to a Washington Redskin is wins (and a frustrating 0-for has the players’ determination at an all-time high), individual performances count too.
For the remainder of the season, Redskins Blog will keep you up-to-date with how several key players are doing in certain statistical categories along with their NFL ranking.
Similar to leading the offense in the huddle, we trot this week’s update out with quarterback Robert Griffin III leading the way (NFL rank in parenthesis—no not these, the ones below):
–Yards: 975 (5th)
–Completions: 88 (3rd)
–Touchdowns: 5 (Tied for 13th)
–Quarterback Rating: 84.1 (21st among quarterbacks with at least 10 pass attempts)
–Yards: 225 (Tied for 8th)
–Average: 5.6 (6th among running backs with at least 10 rushing attempts)
–Touchdowns: 2 (Tied for 3rd)
–Yards: 280 (9th)
–Receptions: 23 (Tied for 4th)
–Touchdowns: 1 (Tied for 39th)
–Yards: 172 (47th)
–Receptions: 15 (Tied for 38th)
–Touchdowns (Tied for 39th)
–Tackles: 29 (Tied for 4th)
–Sacks: 3 (Tied for 9th)
–Average: 41.6 (32nd)
–Punts Inside 20: 7 (Tied for 6th)
I didn’t include Kai Forbath for pretty obvious reasons. He’s only attempted one kick this season and hasn’t played the last two games. He hopes to play Sunday back in his home state of California, but it remains to be seen if he actually will.
Tags: Alfred Morris, Kai Forbath, perry riley, Pierre Garcon, Robert Griffin III, ryan kerrigan, Santana Moss, sav rocca
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